Australian (ASX) Stock Market Forum


  1. againsthegrain

    Selling a property in Europe and tax implications in Australia

    As the title says, I am thinking about selling a property that is in my name in Europe, sometime in the next year or 2. At the moment obviously covid has put a freeze on things so I am just doing alot of thinking and planning. This property has been in my family since the 70s. It was...
  2. dutchie

    Douglas Murray - Europe is committing suicide

    Europe is committing suicide. The rest of the West is (slowly) following suite. You can find videos of Murray in action on Youtube.
  3. Mr_D

    Calling Any Traders In Perth, WA

    Hi Guys, Is there any traders/investors on here that live in Perth, or northern suburbs of Perth that have experience in trading or investing? If so and are willing to offer help and advice, please let me know as I am after some local help. Cheers D
  4. Tisme

    Sweden: Bellwether of a Future Europe?

    I see Wayne started a thread about Sweden going "PC mad!" some time ago and it seems his concerns have rooted themselves. In thirty years time fair skinned people will be less than 10% of the world's population, celtic/anglo/nordic skinned way less than that... a dying race. It seems Sweden...
  5. S

    VEQ - Vanguard FTSE Europe Shares ETF

    Hi all!! I am wanting to see if anyone has any thoughts on the Vanguard ETF "VEQ", which tracks the FTSE. But as I'm new to ASF, I don't want to post in the wrong place! Is there a section for ETFs, or should I start a thread in the Stocks Q-Z section?? Any help appreciated...
  6. avion

    Erdoğan's Turkey and Chaos in Southern Europe

    Best quotes of the day: 'The whole organism of corruption often functions as a single psychopath, when they are not gaslighting they are using your empathy against you. As stated above Turkey is a mass migration nuke and naturally people are going to want to defend their nations and persons...
  7. S

    Stock scanner for breakouts on Asian, European, Japanese and US bourses?

    Hi, I am a discretionary trader and had never use any scanning nor automated software before. So appreciate your good advice. I am wondering if there is any software or website, which can perform the following daily scans: 1. Breakouts (3 months or longer) 2. Daily end of day prices would...
  8. B

    Trading ASX as a European citizen

    Quick question here; Is it at all possible to trade shares on the ASX stock market, when I'm neither in Australia, nor an Australian citizen? I'm from the Netherlands and would like to buy shares directly on the ASX (as local stock brokers work at different hours than when the Aussie...
  9. Smurf1976

    Europe - Holidays

    In short, I've never been anywhere even close to Europe so I'm thinking it's time to go for a holiday. :) Have the time and have the $ (and will convert it to Pounds, Euros or whatever). That's the easy bit. Now for the hard bit - which countries? And what to see when I get there...
  10. sydboy007

    Has Europe hit the paradox of thrift wall? Is Australia next?

    I've been reading the IMF is starting to eat a bit of humble pie over it's forecast for European growth. Seems they were a tad optimistic, though surprisingly (sic) their forecasts were very similar to various Euro Governments. Seems the IMF believed that for every euro in austerity cuts...
  11. R

    Welcome to 'Belgistan

    The graffiti on a building in Belgium says it all: "Welcome to 'Belgistan." In fact, some are now calling it the Muslim capital of Europe. Watch this video: I guess you could call some part of Sydney: 'sydnistan'
  12. A

    Italy default/exiting Euro?

    With bond yields soaring since Oct 2010, Italy seems to be on a one way trip.... ...or can the Euronuts save them from themselves with an additional Italian-flavoured tsunami of bits of pretty printed paper some call "money"? ... or is...
  13. grandia3

    Greece default/exiting Euro?

    Greetings fellow investors/traders, It looks like the euro leaders are having trouble finding the solution for Greece and it seems that default is inevitable, continuous help/fund pouring into Greece is only delaying its default It seems that the final devastating option for Greece to exit the...
  14. T

    Travelling to Europe/Currency Conversion

    My girlfriend is traveling to Europe on the 1st July 2010 for 9 months and I'm leaving September for 3.5 months. What we are not sure about is if we should be buying the Euro now or waiting. We both have Wizard credit cards that can be used a debit card over there. The card offers zero...
  15. doctorj

    Travelling Europe in Winter

    I am looking into travelling Europe. Unfortunately, the only time I am able to get away from work is Feb-Mid Apr. I am concerned that the weather will hamper an otherwise enjoyable trip. Has anyone been to Europe in Winter before? I intend to visit several countries, so will only take a...